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Special Education Advisory Council Resource Information Night set for April 4

groups of people at different vendor tables (03/27/2024) The Anoka-Hennepin Schools Special Education Advisory Council (SEAC) is hosting a resource information night on Thursday, April 4 for families of students with special needs to learn about resources available in the community. Vendors for sports, camps, community service, and a post-secondary college program will be in attendance.

  • When: Thursday, April 4 from 6-7:30 p.m.
  • Where: Educational Service Center, 2727 N Ferry St., Anoka. 
    • Enter through Door 7
    • Rooms 112 and 113
    • Families will be able to speak with various vendors at stations that will be set up in the rooms.

The SEAC intends to provide tools and resources to help guardians of children receiving special education services and collaborate with the district to promote continuous growth of special education services to best meet the needs of students. Members serve as representatives of district learners with disabilities from birth through age 22. SEAC strives to promote, educate and share resources between families, schools, and communities.

The council is a partnership between parents/guardians and the school district and meets four times (three in person and one virtual) during the school year.